Did you put any settings into the unattend file for the Spanish version of Windows?
One thing I often do is to make the pxe share read/write temporarily
and in the format stage, copy the unattend.txt from q:\bin to the pxe share.
It is worth comparing this unattend with one created from Windows setupmgr.exe http://www.networkclue.com/os/Windows/install/unattended-install.aspx
First, as Dan requested, we only keep the nedeed drivers files : .sys, .inf, .cat, and the .oem file to install the drivers.
We do not need the .reg files or the .exe files.
Finally, to solve the problem, we have declared the keyboard type in the unattended entries of our Windows system packages.
Due to code page and special characters, we have not first declared thr spanish keyboard (español for Spanish Windows), but the tcheck one (Checo (QWERTY) for Spanish Windows). As it worked, in order to declare the Spanish, as we want, we have decided to modify its entries, from "español" to "espanol" in the Windows configuration file "TXTSETUP.SIF" part of our Windows installation sources , stored in our pxestore repository.
We declared then the Spanish keyboard in the in the unattended entries of our Windows system packages. See attachments.
unattend_entries.txt 1.8 K